Llano is located on the Llano River and is the county seat of Llano County. The city retains a significant portion of its western roots and historical flavor. New projects already begun in the city are building toward an enhanced quality of live and contributing to an outstanding future.
Situated in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Llano, elevation 1,040 ft., has a mild climate with relatively few winter days in which the temperature reaches below freezing. It almost never snows in winter; it's too sunny! The temperature on the hottest summer days is just over 100F. There are extended periods of spring and fall, where the temperature stays in the 60's and 70's. Average high temperature in the coldest month (January) is 64F, and in the hottest month (July) is 85F. Average relative humidity is 56%. Average rainfall is 26". Our growing season averages 229 days per year and we have those soul warming prevailing southeasterly winds. Llano is a city of beautiful clear blue skies, clean air, and clean spring-fed water from the Llano River. In Llano at night ... the stars are truly big and bright!
Having made the journey to Llano you'll be delighted to find some of the best restaurants in the state, featuring world-class BBQ, Mexican, Chinese & Texan cuisine, mesquite flamed pizza, tea rooms, not-your-ordinary wine pub, and good ol' down home country cooking. If you come with a camper, RV or wanting to camp, Robinson City Park, the American Legion and the River Way RV park provide suitable sites. However, if your idea of being away includes a different class of amenities Llano's lodging experts can satisfy any need.
Llano has many forms of recreation, everything from Llano' s beautiful golf course to the amazingly beautiful Llano River.
The City of Llano is the perfect home base for historic sightseeing or shopping. We have a friendly, small town atmosphere that offers the ideal change of pace from the chaotic bustle of big city life.
Llano Main Street's mission is to bolster the economy of our community by using the Main Street four point approach of design, organization, promotion, and economic restructuring to preserve and restore the historic buildings and foster community cohesiveness.